Strawberry & Cinnamon Bowl

Break the breakfast blues with this easy, and delicious, Strawberry and Cinnamon Bowl recipe from Robin Plotkin of Robin’s Bite!

Strawberry and Cinnamon Bowl Breakfast Recipe

I’m fairly old school when it comes to recipes….I’ve got 4 key indicators of a good recipe:

  1. the final product has to taste good -yes, this is my #1
  2. the ingredients have to provide nutritional benefits to me and my family
  3. the ingredients must be simple to find and the directions easy to follow
  4. easy clean up

This recipe has all of that and more.

  1. All I can say is I wish my blog had taste-o-vision.  This recipe is a go-to for my son and me for breakfast and snacks. The added cinnamon gives the yogurt a depth of flavor that’s a surprise to many.
  2. The main ingredients are packed with health. The strawberries are naturally sweet, but low in sugar (only 7 grams per cup) and provide the perfect combo of essential nutrients, dietary fiber and health-promoting phytochemicals.  In fact, there’s only 45 calories in 8 strawberries-it’s safe to say I consumed about 8 while making this recipe. Yes, the honey adds sugar, but you can decide how much or how little you’d like to add, if any.  Strawberry and Cinnamon Bowl Breakfast Recipe
  3.  I had all of the ingredients in my house!  If I didn’t, I could find them easily at the grocery store and could purchase them at a reasonable cost.

    Strawberry and Cinnamon Bowl Breakfast Recipe

4. One bowl. One spoon. Need I say more?



Strawberry & Cinnamon Bowl
Serves: 1 bowl
  • 1 cup low-fat plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1½ tsp cinnamon, divided
  • 1½ tsp honey, divided
  • ¼ cup fresh California strawberries, chopped
  1. Place yogurt in a serving bowl. Add in 1 teaspoon cinnamon and 1 teaspoon honey and mix well. Top with chopped strawberries and drizzle with remaining honey. Sprinkle with remaining cinnamon.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 bowl Calories: 163 kcal Fat: 3 g Saturated fat: 2 g Trans fat: 0 g Carbohydrates: 20 g Sugar: 15 g Sodium: 52 mg Fiber: 3 g Protein: 15 g Cholesterol: 15 mg


155 thoughts on “Strawberry & Cinnamon Bowl

  1. Rosie

    Of course I love adding strawberries to sweet dishes, but I also adore adding them to savory, especially salads!!! I love a salad with strawberries and raspberry vinegar and walnut oil, and any other salad ingredients! So fine!

  2. Tina G.

    Love, Love, Love CA Strawberries!! We eat them in everything and love all of the great health benefits!! I’m going to make the Strawberry and Cinnamon Bowl Breakfast for my family in the morning, it looks delicious!! Thanks so much for sharing the wonderful recipe!!

  3. Christy George

    You should try it with ‘Greek Gods’ yogurt…it is made with honey and it is the BEST yogurt I have ever eaten!

  4. Jessica Tartaglia

    Oh gosh, i love strawberries and also have. They just come with their own sweetness. No neex to add a thing just rinse, cut the top and take a bite and enjoy the freshness, but i also love strawberries in special k cereal. As well as strawberries blended in the blender for a nice healthy shake.

  5. Deja R

    My babies love California strawberries! The Fresas never make it home without them eating them while shopping. I usually have to hide it in the basket from them that’s if they didn’t already discover them.

  6. Carol Burgess

    LOVE strawberries. I eat strawberries with yogurt, cereal, in a cake. Love strawberry pie. Thank you for this AMAZING opportunity!

  7. Rachel C.

    I can think of so many ways I use strawberries and how you can never go wrong with them. I know that these are so full of fiber to keep my body going!

  8. Tiffany

    My whole family loves strawberries. We put them in smoothies,top salads with them, make homemade ice cream, and all kinds of yummy things with them.

  9. angela smith

    i love strawberries by themselves or when making strawberry shortcake.the strawberry cinnamon breakfast bowl looks and sounds delicious.also like them in smoothies

  10. Janie Higgins

    Recipe for Strawberry Mask ( has lots of antioxidants and makes skin feel fresher and look brighter)
    8 or 9 strawberries, mashed ’til fairly smooth
    3 T honey
    Mix together and apply to clean face. Avoid eye area. Lay down and relax about 15 minutes. Wash off with warm water. Skin is ready for toner and moisturizer. Waa-laa!

  11. Kathleen Moss

    A recipe I can do with one eye open before my coffee!
    Too bad I didn’t see this before I went shopping.

  12. Wilma P

    California Strawberries are the favorite fruit at our house. We like them in pies, cobblers and just plain (well, sometimes with a little Reddi Wip)

  13. Amber Van Sweden

    As a California native, strawberries have always been a garden staple from the time I was little until I was grown and moved out on my own. Currently I have strawberries that live both in the ground and in post. Both are doing really well. Strawberries are one of my favorite easy to grow foods. Did you know the leaves keep the seeds from upsetting your tummy? They’re completely edible!

  14. Lillian Kazmierczak

    Fun Fact You can pop them in the freezer for 30 minutes and have healthy frozen treat that is satisfying and delish !!!

  15. Mary M.

    I like strawberries and blueberries and both are good for you berries. I eat high fiber cereal each morning for breakfast. It is an easy way for me to get more fiber in my diet.

  16. Mary M.

    My favorite fun facts ar-e Strawberries are filled with fiber – considered by Am. Heart Assn. as important for heart health — Strawberries are naturally sweet – only 7g sugar per cup! — Am. Diabetes Assn. IDs strawberries as one of the top 10 superfoods for a diabetes meal plan

  17. Rebecca Stanchfield Meeks

    CA strawberries are some of the sweetest I have had. Love them on my cereal bit favorite is homemade shortcake… to die for.

  18. Grace Pignatare

    My kids and I LOVE strawberries! So good for you and so delicious! Thanks for the giveaway! Good luck everyone! 🙂

  19. Linda Surga

    Strawberry Fields Forever. Delicious with equal and perfect for anyone counting sugar levels.
    Okay, I gotta go. Off to the market for a box of strawberries.

  20. Theresa Jenkins

    My fave fun fact about @CAstrawberries is — Strawberries are naturally sweet – only 7g sugar per cup! … #8aday

  21. Theresa Jenkins

    Checked out the Heart of Farmers blog… I have a strawberry patch and I’m definitely going to try some of the recipes

  22. Rose Reeder

    My Grandson and myself just finished off 2 containers of strawberries. We just slice and eat plain as they are so delicious.

  23. Ashley Tarbet

    Not on Twitter, but did everything else! 🙂
    I put strawberries in my smoothie this morning, along with half a banana and half an avocado. I also had strawberries on my chicken salad this afternoon. I especially love strawberries in the summer!

  24. Lynn Putnam

    Yummy, can’t wait to try this recipe! My family eats strawberries on almost everything! Love it the best in green salad!

  25. wendy

    I cannot wait to go to the store and get some Ca. Strawberries and try this!I didn’t know strawberries were so good for you or had fiber.Great tasting and good for you.I’m in!

  26. Doug W

    Today starts another beautiful day in Texas. Bring all the California strawberries and nuts, too, we have plenty of room to zoom.

  27. Sandy Weinstein

    i love California strawberries, so good for you, low fat and calories. provides vit c. the taste is a great anytime snack loaded with fiber as well.

  28. Sheila B

    My strawberry cake has always been my family’s favorite dessert and is always requested as their birthday cake. I prefer them straight, just washed well and eat!

  29. Madeline del Valle

    Lately I have been adding strawberries into my diet. Making smoothies on a daily basis with them and just add some veggie, usually kale or collard greens. They really give a sweet yummy taste. I also just eat them plain. Very refreshing cold during the summer time.

  30. J. Marie

    I never gave much thought to using strawberries in recipes like the wraps or a salad. I’ll give it a try this summer. You can never eat too many strawberries!

  31. Kristen H.

    I really like the content on the Heart of Farmers blog, especially since I am a strawberry lover! Thanks for the fantastic opportunity to win!

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